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path·o·gen·ic

 (păth′ə-jĕn′ĭk) also path·o·ge·net·ic (-jə-nĕt′ĭk)
adj.
1. Capable of causing disease.
2. Originating or producing disease.
3. Of or relating to pathogenesis.

path′o·gen′i·cal·ly adv.
path′o·ge·nic′i·ty (-jə-nĭs′ĭ-tē) n.
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Adv.1.pathogenically - in a pathogenic manner
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(6,7) The bimodal age distribution of psoriasis indicates the existence of 2 pathogenically distinct forms of the disease, similar to the model of diabetes.
equi in cats can pathogenically cause neoplasm development.
It is suggested that increased oxidative and inflammatory stress may contribute to the greater risk of coronary heart disease and cerebrovascular disease in obese adults with metabolic syndrome.10-13 As the two conditions are related pathogenically and frequently found together, early screening of psoriatic patients for metabolic syndrome can lead the dermatologist for referral to a physician.
Pathogenically, it seems that inflammatory mechanisms trigger fibrotic pathways that march on despite our potent therapeutics.
Holzinger et al., "Interleukin-18 diagnostically distinguishes and pathogenically promotes human and murine macrophage activation syndrome," Blood, vol.
Pathogenically, DT2, depression, and atherosclerosis may be connected with chronic inflammation [35, 36] (Figure 8).
Gregory et al., "By altering ocular immune privilege, bone marrow-derived cells pathogenically contribute to DBA/2J pigmentary glaucoma," The Journal of Experimental Medicine, vol.
Presepsis neutrophil function has not been assessed in these patients, and it is unclear whether preexisting neutrophil dysfunction is pathogenically associated with sepsis; it is possible that those with poorest outcomes had worse baseline neutrophil function.
Based on work from Kaufman's group, we believed that dominant determinants (DD) identified to be the initiators of the autoimmune response chronically recruit naive T cells into the pathogenic pool; thus, the readministration of these determinants only reactivated cells that were programmed to respond pathogenically [26].
Sputum is the most fluently accessible specimen that includes the pathogenically relative cell types; furthermore, collecting sputum is noninvasive, fast, and economical, which are prominent features to be an ideal sample type for population screening.
In the last decades, studies about neurocardiology proposed the concept of neurogenic cardiac disease, clinically and pathogenically different from the actual cardiac disease.
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